When budgets are stretched, it’s hard to buy primary source materials that complement your library or archive’s journal and book resources and provide a richer experience for users. We’re working with publishers to make primary source materials more affordable for our higher education members.
Our digital archival collections group purchasing scheme is based on a simple market principle: the more products our community buys, the lower the price for everyone involved. Nine publishers are offering 110 arts, humanities and social science primary source digital archival collections part of this innovative acquisitions model.
This webinar is the second of a series introducing you to the group purchasing scheme. We'll discuss the benefits of the acquisition model and the transparent pricing model. It features participating publishers who will describe the breadth of content on offer, including:
This will be followed by a Q&A session.
Who should attend
This will be of interest to:
- Senior librarians in higher education
- Librarians who make decisions about acquiring digital content
For further information, contact Karen Colbron (email@example.com).